Posts Tagged ‘data visualisation’

  • 03.03.2011

    NETWORKS (cells & silos)

    Curator: Geraldine Barlow Monash University Museum of Art Caulfield Campus 1 February – 16 April 2011 NETWORKS (cells & silos) explores connections between artistic representations of networks; patterns and structures found in nature; and the rapidly evolving field of network science, communications and human relations. We live between the paradigms of network, cell and silo, […]

  • 12.17.2010

    Data visualisation, 17th-century style

    We tend to think of information design as an exclusively modern animal, born in the 20th century and growing up during the digital revolution. But when we consider the principles of information design – clarity and economy in the visual representation of data – it’s no stretch to suggest that its origins coincide with the […]

  • 12.08.2010

    Satellite view of 24hr Air Traffic

    A 24 hour observation of all of the large aircraft flights in the world, condensed down to less than 2 minutes. From space we look like a beehive of activity.

  • 08.11.2010

    WikiLeak War Data Visualisations

    NYU political science grad student  Drew Conway used an open source statistical programming language called R and a graphical plotting software tool. The results are unnerving, like stop-motion photography of a freeway wreck. Above is the latest example: a graph showing the spread of combat from 2004 to 2009. It’s exactly what you wouldn’t want […]

  • 05.04.2010

    Colours in Cultures

    What colour is happiness in China? Or good luck in Africa? Or anger in Eastern Europe? Are any colour meanings universal across cultures and continents? A visualisation of the meanings of different colours in different cultures by David McCandless and AlwaysWithHonor.com. via: Information is Beautiful

  • 04.26.2010

    Airspace Rebooted

    Airspace Rebooted from ItoWorld on Vimeo. A visualisation of the northern European airspace returning to use after being closed due to volcanic ash. Due to varying ash density across Europe, the first flights can be seen in some areas on the 18th and by the 20th everywhere is open.

  • 05.01.2007

    Real Costs

    Real Costs is a Firefox plug-in that inserts emissions data into travel related e-commerce website. The first version adds CO2 emissions information to airfare websites such as Orbitz.com, United.com, Delta.com, etc. Following versions will work with car directions, car rental, and shipping websites. Think of it like the nutritional information labeling on the back of […]